4 Dec 2012

Toronto theaters want a bailout from taxpayers

Three Toronto theaters are asking taxpayers to dig into their own pockets and cover $4.3 million to keep them afloat as business is slow.

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The three theaters asking for help are the Sony Centre, the Toronto Centre for the Arts in North York and the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. The theaters are claiming they are doing what they can but the demand for their service is just not there.

“Corporate events are becoming a major part of our business,” Dan Brambilla, of the Sony Centre,  told the Toronto Star. “We even do weddings and bar mitzvahs now, anything that we can do to make the facility useful and be profitable and bring in money.”

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